Mr Amewu stressed on the importance of the project to the development of Ghana and Burkina Faso and said that was why President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has shown an unwavering commitment to the successful completion of the project.
It is planned to completely renovate 300 km of the existing track infrastructure of 1067 mm gauge lines, as well as build 10 new stations and upgrade to eight existing ones by 2023.
The University of Mines and Technology, UMaT at Tarkwa in the Western Region has acknowledged the invaluable role played by Mr Joe Ghartey, the immediate past Minister of Railways and Development towards the establishment of the UMaT School of Railways and Infrastructure Development, SRID at Ketan. Professor Richard Kwesi Amankwah, […]
The Minister-designate for Railways Development, John Peter Amewu, has noted emphatically that his predecessor, Hon. Joe Ghartey did marvellously well as far as the development of the railway sector in Ghana is concerned. According to Mr Amewu, Hon. Ghartey and his then team at the Railways Development Ministry “laid a […]
The intention of the Government of Ghana to develop sufficient human resources for the country’s railways subsector has seen a major boost with the matriculation of the first batch of students for the Ghana School of Railways and Infrastructure Development. The University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) which operates the […]